PhD studentship opportunities
The Department of Surgery and Cancer have a number of postgraduate research opportunities, which are listed in the table below when they become available. We also run a Stratified Medicine Training Programme which offers 10 studentships a year in systems medicine and spectroscopic profiling and the Institute of Global Health Innovation also offers a number of studentships each year affiliated to their associated centres.
If you're looking for funding to undertake a PhD with a supervisor from the Department of Surgery and Cancer, please see the Imperial fees and funding page.
|4 year||Lipidomic Characterisation of CHO Cell Membrane Structure by Rapid Evaporative||21 September 2017|
|3 year||Diagnostics and Sensing, Translation and Service Delivery in Surgery x2||21 September 2017|
|3.5 year||Trace level detection of microbiological contaminants in pharmaceutical||22 September 2017|
|4 year||Developing and evaluating interventions to target antimicrobial resistance||29 September 2017|
Further studentship opportunities
Stratified Medicine Graduate Training Programme (STRATiGRAD)
Unique to Surgery and Cancer is the Stratified Medicine Graduate Training Program in Systems Medicine and Spectroscopic Profiling (STRATiGRAD); an innovative PhD training program that addresses the need to produce a new generation of scientists to work at the interface of disciplines that collectively drive new discoveries at the systems level using a "blue skies" research approach.
Institute of Global Health Innovation
The Institute of Global Health Innovation offers PhD studentship opportunities focused on innovation in healthcare through policy, science, technology and design. Previously there have been studentships awarded per Centre.
Currently not running PhD programmes for academic year 2017/18.